Randall Cobb may be new to the area, but he is already giving back to Houston in a big way.
Cobb, who signed with the Texans this offseason, and his wife donated $10,000 to Alex Bregman's FEEDHOU campaign this week. The Houston Astros third baseman hosted the fundraiser via Twitch, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the Houston Food Bank. Bregman's 24-hour livestream began Tuesday morning as he played video games and welcomed a number of celebrity guests, including Cobb and safety Justin Reid, to help raise money during this COVID-19 pandemic.
"We're new to the community," Cobb said. "We haven't quite made it there but we're hoping that we can come and do everything we can to help out the people there."
Cobb, now in his tenth NFL season, has compiled 525 receptions for 6,352 yards (12.1 avg.) and 44 receiving touchdowns in 120 games (79 starts) in his career.